The most vital SEO strategy I've learned from a Google employee

I do not think I'm the best SEO available. And I am not the best known SEO. But when you do SEO as long as I've done it, you finally meet most of the space actors. And over the years, I have met a lot of Google employees. Some of them held high positions, others did not. Of all the Google employees I met, none of them said anything that should not be made public. And I have never put anyone in a position that could compromise their work. But what was crazy, is that the SEO tips that I received in August 2015 from a Google employee have changed my life. [19659003] And what's even more crazy is that the advice I received that day is probably known to almost all SEOs, but I bet that less than 0.01% of SEOs use this strategy . Shared knowledge that was readily available on all major search blogs, but I was too lazy to implement what I already knew. So what did I learn? Well, before you start, results from this unique SEO tactic. The reason I am doing this is that if I simply share the tactics with you, most of you will ignore it as I did it. But if I share the statistics with you first, I hope you will be more open to implementing what I am about to teach you. Here are my traffic statistics from August 2015 for NeilPatel.com: And here are my traffic statistics months after learning this new strategy: As you can see in the picture above, my traffic has increased. I went from about 100,493 unique visitors per month to 144,196 visitors. Not too bad. But here's the thing ... my traffic has naturally increased because of all my other marketing efforts. And I did not even start implementing what I learned from Google until November 28, 2015. And the results did not show up right away. It took more than a year before I really started to see growth. But once I reached the 21-month mark, things really started to skyrocket. So what was the big lesson? Well, you may be able to realize that by looking at the screen shots below. What is the big difference in the screen shots below? Here is the first extract of NeilPatel.com: And here is an excerpt from the blog KISSmetrics (which I now…

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If you had an hour with Mark Zuckerberg, what would you ask? Here's what I learned about the state and future of Facebook, data, politics and bad actors

If you had an hour with Mark Zuckerberg, what would you ask? Here's what I learned about the state and future of Facebook, data, politics and bad actors
Mark Zuckerberg

Onstine As a result of Cambridge Analytica, misappropriation of data, #deletefacebook, calls for regulation and the US Congressional attestation, Facebook announced a series of '' initiatives to restrict access to data and protect people on the platform. What is more remarkable, however, is that Mark Zuckerberg also organized a last-minute meeting with media and analysts to explain these efforts and to answer tough questions for an hour. Let's start with the news of the company In order to better protect the information of Facebook users, the company makes the following changes in nine priority areas over the coming months (Source Facebook: Events API : ] Until today, users could authorize an application to obtain information about events that they host or assist, including This allowed users to add Facebook events to the agenda, to the ticket office or to other applications.According to the company, events on Facebook contain information about the presence from other people as well as about the publications on the wall of the event. From today on, applications using the API can no longer access the list of the ###. ###, ###, ### ###, ################################################################# 39, guests or publicat ions on the wall of events. Groups API : Applications currently require administrator permission groups. For secret groups, applications need the permission of an administrator. However, the groups contain information about people and conversations and Facebook wants to make sure everything is protected. To go ahead, any third-party applications using the Groups API will need the approval of Facebook and an administrator to ensure that they benefit at the same time. group. Applications will no longer be able to access the list of members of a group. Facebook also deletes personal information, such as names and profile photos, attached to posts or comments. Page API : Previously, third-party applications could use the API. This allows developers to create tools to help page owners perform common tasks such as scheduling publications and responding to comments or messages. At the same time, applications also have access to more data than necessary. Now, Facebook wants to make sure that the information on the page is only available for applications that provide useful services to our community. Any future access to the Pages API will need to be approved by Facebook. Connecting to Facebook : Two weeks ago, Facebook announced changes to Facebook Login. As of today, Facebook will need to approve…

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